HARRISBURG – Committed to educating the public about the court appeals process, the Superior Court of Pennsylvania will hold an upcoming special session in Lancaster County. Court sessions will be held on Oct. 13 and 14 beginning at 9:30 a.m. in the Ceremonial Courtroom of the Lancaster County Courthouse. Following the Lancaster County Court of Common Pleas guidelines regarding COVID-19, masks will be required and the number of people that may attend will be limited. The special session of the Court will offer an opportunity for the legal community and public to see the Superior Court at work during the appellate argument proceedings and learn more about the process by which appeals before our state courts are considered and resolved. The Superior Court was created in 1895 to assist the state Supreme Court in disposing of a burgeoning number of appeals in the growing Commonwealth. For more information about the Superior Court visit pacourts.us/courts.